There's Roo(m) for more.
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There's Roo(m) for more.
No unique bean of type
is defined: Unsatisfied dependency of type [class...
Also please use the [ code ] tags when pasting code.
See here: http://www.screencast.com/t/NDliMTg2YWYt
In your case Spring tries to create an instance of the backing bean. It uses the constructor for that. The setter method to set the bandoManager will be called after the constructor (the instance has...
I'm not quite sure what your problem is, it would be much easier for me and others to post a stack trace and your configuration (Using the [ code ] tags).
That way one can take a look...
Just saw a Nike commercial for the World Cup I think. Hat Wayne Rooney in it.
One of the lines: Just Roo It!
So, I think that one is gone.
Roo - Making Java fun again
Roo - Rails for Java
Roo - Just Rools.
Roo - Release your productivity.
Roo - enables productivty.
Is this what you are looking for?
Are there any previous errors to you NullPointerException?
Marten was quicker than me, just pust the StackTrace for more details.
Don't know and don't think this will help, but this is my configuration. I'm using JSF, but the configuration should be similar. My secure URLs are under "/jsf/secure" - let me know if you have any...
Next time, please use the code tags when posting code to the forum (makes it easier to read). According to your error message it seems like you don't have the hibernate libs on your...
I had a similar problem once and used the decode function of Oracle. Just overwrite the query in your UserDetailsService bean like this:
I am using Spring Security in a pretty simple web application (find the web.xml + applicationContext-security.xml below). It works pretty well, login / logout / login-error etc. ......
Quote from the reference doc for Spring 2.5.6:
Check out the PetClinic sample application, should be pretty simple.
Have you tried adding this to your hibernate properties?
Might be the missing part.
Hi fellow Springers,
I'm currently working on a web application that is going to be deployed on different machines (Linux, Windows). I am using a SQLite file database to store users / authorities...
You might wanna check, if all the needed jars are on the classpath. Check http://www.slf4j.org/codes.html for more information. Probably you need to add this jar: slf4j-log4j12.jar
You can always check the reference guide for instructions. You can finde the ref guide here:
Select whatever version you are using...
the problem is, that it can't find the configuration file!
java.io.FileNotFoundException: class path resource [at/tuwien/sepm/fridolin/dao/KartenManagerTest-context.xml]...
Haven't done it yet, but maybe the BeanPostProcessors might be helpful in your case:
I find this chapter (especially the graphic) really helpful when thinking about transactions etc.:...
might be a dumb question but @Autowired looks up objects byType, right? So is it possible that you have more than one bean - in all those context-files of this type?
I haven't done anything like that before and I haven't used Maven yet. As far as I understand your question I would try using the FileSystemXmlApplicationContext to look for a file on...
Are all the necessary jars on your classpath? The exception indicates it can't find the class.
Not sure, but this might have been a pre-2.5 thing when Spring didn't have the annotation support it now has. Spring 2.5 was realeased 2007-11-19; Sounds about the same time the project was last...